How do u kno if amp is bridgeable at 2ohms or 4ohms?


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Username: Caraudio

Toronto, Ontario Canada

Post Number: 515
Registered: Sep-05 cs

This amp says its bridgeable now could i bridge it at 4ohms and get the full 1200 watts? Since you cannot wire 2 DVC4OHM subs to anything other then 1ohm or 4ohm load?

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Username: Theelfkeeper

Stockbridge, GA USA

Post Number: 2466
Registered: Feb-05
wire them series/parallel and it should work. just make sure you wire it right. if the amp doesn't have any protection modes, you'll burn it up.

or you could wire each sub in parallel and put one sub on each channel.

either way it'll be the same

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Username: Killer44

Ontario Canada

Post Number: 577
Registered: Dec-04
look in the more information part and you will see that it says "brigeable @ 4ohms" but it would be much easier to simply wire each sub in parallel like brandon said and run each sub with their own channel...your amp would be putting out 500rmsx2@ 2ohms this way...
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